Making food in a kitchen or making it Halal is a state of affairs in which certain conditions are met to ensure the safety of the food.
The halal certification process includes a certification by the Islamic certification authority, the Islamic Food and Food Products Council (IFFC).
The IFFC certifies products and procedures in accordance with the Quran and Islamic law, and is responsible for overseeing the quality, safety and integrity of products sold in the Islamic market.
The IFFC also oversees food hygiene practices and ensures that products and products-related documentation are available on the website.
In 2017, the IFFC issued a halal certifying letter for the sale of a range of products including rice, wheat, millet, lentils, potatoes, pasta, beans and fruit.
In 2018, the International Islamic Food Expo was held in Paris, France, where Halal and Islamic certification were discussed.
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